What We Do For Our Community
We support year-round non-transactionable community engagement with community stakeholders involved with any HDFCCC research or program and leverage relationships to expand our network.
The four pillars of our community engagement are:
We sustain community engagement. Year-Round, Non-Transactional Community Engagement
The role of the OCE is to SUSTAIN relationships with our community partners year-round; even when there is no upcoming grant proposal that needs community engagement or an ongoing research project that requires it. We deliver programs on a quarterly basis for diverse racial/ethnic and geographic communities and provide support of activities delivered by both academic and community partners under the guidance of, and collaboration with our Community Advisory Board (CAB)
We disseminate cancer information to the community to increase awareness and knowledge.
Community-Academic Partnerships for Research & Service
For community partners seeking:
For academic partners seeking:
Why is this important?
We advocate for cancer survivors and patients.
We will eliminate the inequities that cause cancer disparities in the HDFCCC Catchment Area by
HDFCCC catchment area includes 25 of 59 counties